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Well, you can see Monte Carlo on another point at
a distance. It's about twenty minutes, twenty-five minutes
to drive there. It's the charm of the landscape that makes
it so attractive, and there are many pleasant people who at
that moment are vacationing, so they're good company.
When you came back to London, you went to Leeds Castle?
Yes, we went to Leeds Castle.
Did you stay there?
Yes. And Leeds has become a great tourist success.
As you probably saw, the American-Egyptian meeting was there.
They have a moat around the place?
It's in a lake. It's a castle on two small islands
in a small lake. So that gave more security than any hotel
(London). It's an amazing thing, isn't it? That there
should be such terrorist activities.
What about the status of your Jacobean barn that you're
Well, that's used as a tea room and as a meeting room.
And it's all done and it's had a tremendous amount of use.
There were visitors, a hundred and forty-six thousand
visitors to Leeds last year, the season between the end of
April to the first of October. Now, that's a tremendous
lot of visitors.
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